The Washington Post today blanketed the front page with this lede:
Every so often I read something in print, and I think to myself, did he/she really say that?
It was a nice invitation, not unlike many I've received before.
Before the Gulf Coast's 100-percent-human-made oil spill disaster, there was Katrina. That hurricane wasn't the strongest to hit New Orleans.
Some authorities in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, are upset that they didn't get a permit to build rock dykes between barrier islands to keep the BP oil spill out of fragile estuaries.
A heart has been pierced, four miles of seabed violated, and the aorta is gushing unabated.
Here are some of my favorite women writers of spirituality and theology in no particular order with short comments on why I recommend them.
iPhones. Broken oil rigs. The World Cup. Here's a little round-up of links from the web you may have missed this week:
Several months ago, I was invited to speak at Lifest, a Christian festival in Wisconsin with more than 100 musicians and 50 speakers that